Marine Paintings, Maritime Paintings, Marine Life Art
Faluccas On The Bay…18×9″ acrylic on canvas.
The Giant Has Awakened…24×36″ acrylic on canvas. This painting depicts the USS Hornet departing San Francisco loaded with 16 B25 Bombers. Their top secret mission was to bomb Tokyo and other cities. The mission was lead by then LTC,. Jimmy Doolittle. The crews who took part in the raid proudly hold the title Doolittle Raiders. This painting is signed on the back by two of the five surviving Raiders.
Mercury…15×30″ acrylic on canvas. Stanley Dollar’s 33′ aluminum raceboat Mercury racing on Lake Tahoe circa. 1935.
S.S. Meteor 8×24″ acrylic on canvas.
Okay So I Was Wrong!…18×36″ acrylic on canvas. What if Columbus was wrong?
Passages…12×24″ acrylic on canvas. S.S. Tahoe and S.S. Nevada.
S.S. Tahoe At Brockway Springs…24×36″ acrylic on canvas.
Tahoe Thunder…18×28 acrylic on canvas.
Home Is The Sailor…22×28″ acrylic on canvas. USS San Francisco CA38 returning to her namesake after the Battle Of Guadalcanal.
Escape Corregidor…9×24″ acrylic on panel
Close Inspection…6×12″ acrylic on panel In the permanent art collection of the US Coast Guard.
USS Comfort…16×24″ acrylic on panel In 1945 the Comfort was hit by kamikaze killing close to 100. This painting portrays her just prior to that attack.
Attack On The Isherwood, DD520…15×30″ acrylic on canvas.